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Yes, allergies quite often cause dark circles and bags under the eyes.  Some doctors even decide to test for allergies if they see them because...
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Do you wear mascara? Do you go to bed and not remove your eye makeup sometimes? Or pick at your lashes when you wake up with sleep dried on your...
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Hi Have you tried icing it, see how that goes it should help reduce it, try doing 3 times a day for 20 minutes, if its not getting it down then go...
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It could be the air at your university, a cleaning product used by the janitors, the dust in your room, the soap you use there, or many other things...
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It makes sense, for the same reason that a foreign liquid touching any raw tissue is going to hurt.
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It could just be your blood vessels.  A touch of eye make up has been proven to help cover up this condition.
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An anti-obtaining eye cream.  Once people figure out what that is, they might want it.
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I could say something really filthy in Spanish, Tucson barrio style, but I won't.  Reported.
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Seriously?  Reported.
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Sounds maybe like the flu keep pushing fluids water sprite Orange juice, no solids I would say sense do to the appetite  solid foods may make...
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